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How to Create and Print Labels with LabelJoy Server [Multilingual]

How to Create and Print Labels with LabelJoy Server [Multilingual]

LabelJoy is a powerful and easy-to-use software that allows you to create and print labels, envelopes, badges, barcodes, and more. With LabelJoy, you can design your own labels with a full WYSIWYG interface (What You See Is What You Get), which means that you can see exactly how your labels will look like before printing them. You can also import data from external sources, such as Excel, Access, Outlook, Sendblaster, CSV, TXT, WK1-2-3, SQL Server, MySQL, and Oracle.

LabelJoy Server [Multilingual] is the latest version of the software, which supports multiple languages and offers new features and improvements. Some of the new features include:

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  • A new barcode generator that can create 21 different types of barcodes, including QR codes, EAN-13, Code 39, ITF-14, UPC-A, and more.

  • A new label template library that contains hundreds of ready-made templates for various purposes and industries.

  • A new image editor that allows you to crop, rotate, resize, and apply effects to your images.

  • A new print preview that shows you how your labels will look like on different types of printers and paper sizes.

  • A new batch print mode that lets you print multiple labels with different data in one go.

In this article, we will show you how to create and print labels with LabelJoy Server [Multilingual] in a few simple steps.

Step 1: Download and install LabelJoy Server [Multilingual]

You can download LabelJoy Server [Multilingual] from the official website[^1^]. The software is available for Windows 10, Windows 8.1, and Windows 7. The installation process is straightforward and takes only a few minutes.

Step 2: Choose a label template or create your own

When you launch LabelJoy for the first time, you will see a welcome screen that gives you three options: New Label Project, Open Existing Project, or Open Template Library. If you want to use a ready-made template for your labels, you can choose the third option and browse through the categories of templates available. You can also search for a specific template by entering a keyword in the search box.

If you want to create your own label design from scratch, you can choose the first option and select the type of label you want to create: Standard Labels (predefined sizes), Custom Labels (custom sizes), Envelopes (predefined sizes), Badges (predefined sizes), or CD/DVD Labels (predefined sizes). You can also specify the layout of your labels (rows and columns), the margins, the spacing, and the orientation.

Step 3: Add elements to your label

Once you have chosen or created your label template, you can start adding elements to your label design. LabelJoy allows you to add texts, barcodes, images, shapes, lines, and other graphic elements to your labels. You can use the toolbar at the top of the screen to access these elements and drag and drop them onto your label area.

You can also customize each element by using the properties panel on the right side of the screen. For example, you can change the font size, color, alignment, style, and effects of your texts; you can change the type, size,

data source, color, rotation, and human-readable text of your barcodes; you can change the source,





and effects of your images; and so on.

Step 4: Import data from external sources (optional)

If you want to create labels with dynamic data that changes for each label (such as names,



etc.), you can import data from external sources into LabelJoy. LabelJoy supports various types of data sources,

such as Excel,



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